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/*
 * ARGO Project, Computer Sciences Dept., University of Wisconsin - Madison
 */
/* $Header: /cvsroot/src/sys/netiso/clnp_frag.c,v 1.1 1993/04/09 12:00:50 cgd Exp $ */
/* $Source: /cvsroot/src/sys/netiso/clnp_frag.c,v $ */

#include "param.h"
#include "mbuf.h"
#include "domain.h"
#include "protosw.h"
#include "socket.h"
#include "socketvar.h"
#include "errno.h"

#include "../net/if.h"
#include "../net/route.h"

#include "iso.h"
#include "iso_var.h"
#include "clnp.h"
#include "clnp_stat.h"
#include "argo_debug.h"

/* all fragments are hung off this list */
struct clnp_fragl	*clnp_frags = NULL;

struct mbuf	*clnp_comp_pdu();


/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_fragment
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Fragment a datagram, and send the itty bitty pieces
 *					out over an interface.
 *
 * RETURNS:			success - 0
 *					failure - unix error code
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			If there is an error sending the packet, clnp_discard
 *					is called to discard the packet and send an ER. If
 *					clnp_fragment was called from clnp_output, then
 *					we generated the packet, and should not send an 
 *					ER -- clnp_emit_er will check for this. Otherwise,
 *					the packet was fragmented during forwarding. In this
 *					case, we ought to send an ER back.
 */
clnp_fragment(ifp, m, first_hop, total_len, segoff, flags, rt)
struct ifnet	*ifp;		/* ptr to outgoing interface */
struct mbuf		*m;			/* ptr to packet */
struct sockaddr	*first_hop;	/* ptr to first hop */
int				total_len;	/* length of datagram */
int				segoff;		/* offset of segpart in hdr */
int				flags;		/* flags passed to clnp_output */
struct rtentry *rt;			/* route if direct ether */
{
	struct clnp_fixed		*clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
	int						hdr_len = (int)clnp->cnf_hdr_len;
	int						frag_size = (SN_MTU(ifp, rt) - hdr_len) & ~7;

	total_len -= hdr_len;
	if ((clnp->cnf_type & CNF_SEG_OK) &&
		(total_len >= 8) &&
		(frag_size > 8 || (frag_size == 8 && !(total_len & 7)))) {

		struct mbuf			*hdr = NULL;		/* save copy of clnp hdr */
		struct mbuf			*frag_hdr = NULL;
		struct mbuf			*frag_data = NULL;
		struct clnp_segment	seg_part;			/* segmentation header */
		int					frag_base;
		int					error = 0;


		INCSTAT(cns_fragmented);
        (void) bcopy(segoff + mtod(m, caddr_t), (caddr_t)&seg_part,
            sizeof(seg_part));
		frag_base = ntohs(seg_part.cng_off);
		/*
		 *	Duplicate header, and remove from packet
		 */
		if ((hdr = m_copy(m, 0, hdr_len)) == NULL) {
			clnp_discard(m, GEN_CONGEST);
			return(ENOBUFS);
		}
		m_adj(m, hdr_len);

		while (total_len > 0) {
			int		remaining, last_frag;

			IFDEBUG(D_FRAG)
				struct mbuf *mdump = frag_hdr;
				int tot_mlen = 0;
				printf("clnp_fragment: total_len %d:\n", total_len);
				while (mdump != NULL) {
					printf("\tmbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", 
						mdump, mdump->m_len);
					tot_mlen += mdump->m_len;
					mdump = mdump->m_next;
				}
				printf("clnp_fragment: sum of mbuf chain %d:\n", tot_mlen);
			ENDDEBUG
			
			frag_size = min(total_len, frag_size);
			if ((remaining = total_len - frag_size) == 0)
				last_frag = 1;
			else {
				/*
				 *  If this fragment will cause the last one to 
				 *	be less than 8 bytes, shorten this fragment a bit.
				 *  The obscure test on frag_size above ensures that
				 *  frag_size will be positive.
				 */
				last_frag = 0;
				if (remaining < 8)
						frag_size -= 8;
			}
			

			IFDEBUG(D_FRAG)
				printf("clnp_fragment: seg off %d, size %d, remaining %d\n", 
					ntohs(seg_part.cng_off), frag_size, total_len-frag_size);
				if (last_frag)
					printf("clnp_fragment: last fragment\n");
			ENDDEBUG

			if (last_frag) {
				/* 
				 *	this is the last fragment; we don't need to get any other
				 *	mbufs.
				 */
				frag_hdr = hdr;
				frag_data = m;
			} else {
				/* duplicate header and data mbufs */
				if ((frag_hdr = m_copy(hdr, 0, (int)M_COPYALL)) == NULL) {
					clnp_discard(hdr, GEN_CONGEST);
					m_freem(m);
					return(ENOBUFS);
				}
				if ((frag_data = m_copy(m, 0, frag_size)) == NULL) {
					clnp_discard(hdr, GEN_CONGEST);
					m_freem(m);
					m_freem(frag_hdr);
					return(ENOBUFS);
				}
				INCSTAT(cns_fragments);
			}
			clnp = mtod(frag_hdr, struct clnp_fixed *);

			if (!last_frag)
				clnp->cnf_type |= CNF_MORE_SEGS;
			
			/* link together */
			m_cat(frag_hdr, frag_data);

			/* insert segmentation part; updated below */
			bcopy((caddr_t)&seg_part, mtod(frag_hdr, caddr_t) + segoff,
				sizeof(struct clnp_segment));

			{
				int	derived_len = hdr_len + frag_size;
				HTOC(clnp->cnf_seglen_msb, clnp->cnf_seglen_lsb, derived_len);
				if ((frag_hdr->m_flags & M_PKTHDR) == 0)
					panic("clnp_frag:lost header");
				frag_hdr->m_pkthdr.len = derived_len;
			}
			/* compute clnp checksum (on header only) */
			if (flags & CLNP_NO_CKSUM) {
				HTOC(clnp->cnf_cksum_msb, clnp->cnf_cksum_lsb, 0);
			} else {
				iso_gen_csum(frag_hdr, CLNP_CKSUM_OFF, hdr_len);
			}

			IFDEBUG(D_DUMPOUT)
				struct mbuf *mdump = frag_hdr;
				printf("clnp_fragment: sending dg:\n");
				while (mdump != NULL) {
					printf("\tmbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", mdump, mdump->m_len);
					mdump = mdump->m_next;
				}
			ENDDEBUG

#ifdef	TROLL
			error = troll_output(ifp, frag_hdr, first_hop, rt);
#else
			error = (*ifp->if_output)(ifp, frag_hdr, first_hop, rt);
#endif	TROLL

			/*
			 *	Tough situation: if the error occured on the last 
			 *	fragment, we can not send an ER, as the if_output
			 *	routine consumed the packet. If the error occured
			 *	on any intermediate packets, we can send an ER
			 *	because we still have the original header in (m).
			 */
			if (error) {
				if (frag_hdr != hdr) {
					/* 
					 *	The error was not on the last fragment. We must
					 *	free hdr and m before returning
					 */
					clnp_discard(hdr, GEN_NOREAS);
					m_freem(m);
				}
				return(error);
			}

			/* bump segment offset, trim data mbuf, and decrement count left */
#ifdef	TROLL
			/*
			 *	Decrement frag_size by some fraction. This will cause the
			 *	next fragment to start 'early', thus duplicating the end
			 *	of the current fragment.  troll.tr_dup_size controls
			 *	the fraction. If positive, it specifies the fraction. If
			 *	negative, a random fraction is used.
			 */
			if ((trollctl.tr_ops & TR_DUPEND) && (!last_frag)) {
				int num_bytes = frag_size;

				if (trollctl.tr_dup_size > 0) 
					num_bytes *= trollctl.tr_dup_size;
				else
					num_bytes *= troll_random();
				frag_size -= num_bytes;
			}
#endif	TROLL
			total_len -= frag_size;
			if (!last_frag) {
				frag_base += frag_size;
				seg_part.cng_off = htons(frag_base);
				m_adj(m, frag_size);
			}
		}
		return(0);
	} else {
	cantfrag:
		INCSTAT(cns_cantfrag);
		clnp_discard(m, GEN_SEGNEEDED);
		return(EMSGSIZE);
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_reass
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Attempt to reassemble a clnp packet given the current
 *					fragment. If reassembly succeeds (all the fragments
 *					are present), then return a pointer to an mbuf chain
 *					containing the reassembled packet. This packet will
 *					appear in the mbufs as if it had just arrived in
 *					one piece. 
 *
 *					If reassembly fails, then save this fragment and
 *					return 0.
 *
 * RETURNS:			Ptr to assembled packet, or 0
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 *		clnp_slowtimo can not affect this code because clnpintr, and thus
 *		this code, is called at a higher priority than clnp_slowtimo.
 */
struct mbuf *
clnp_reass(m, src, dst, seg)
struct mbuf 		*m;		/* new fragment */
struct iso_addr		*src;	/* src of new fragment */
struct iso_addr		*dst; 	/* dst of new fragment */
struct clnp_segment	*seg;	/* segment part of fragment header */
{
	register struct clnp_fragl		*cfh;

	/* look for other fragments of this datagram */
	for (cfh = clnp_frags; cfh != NULL; cfh = cfh->cfl_next) {
		if (seg->cng_id == cfh->cfl_id &&
		    iso_addrmatch1(src, &cfh->cfl_src) && 
			iso_addrmatch1(dst, &cfh->cfl_dst)) {
			IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
				printf("clnp_reass: found packet\n");
			ENDDEBUG
			/*
			 *	There are other fragments here already. Lets see if
			 *	this fragment is of any help
			 */
			clnp_insert_frag(cfh, m, seg);
			if (m = clnp_comp_pdu(cfh)) {
				register struct clnp_fixed *clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
				HTOC(clnp->cnf_seglen_msb, clnp->cnf_seglen_lsb,
					 seg->cng_tot_len);
			}
			return (m);
		}
	}

	IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
		printf("clnp_reass: new packet!\n");
	ENDDEBUG

	/*
	 *	This is the first fragment. If src is not consuming too many
	 *	resources, then create a new fragment list and add
	 *	this fragment to the list.
	 */
	/* TODO: don't let one src hog all the reassembly buffers */
	if (!clnp_newpkt(m, src, dst, seg) /* || this src is a hog */) {
		INCSTAT(cns_fragdropped);
		clnp_discard(m, GEN_CONGEST);
	}

	return(NULL);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_newpkt
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Create the necessary structures to handle a new
 *					fragmented clnp packet.
 *
 * RETURNS:			non-zero if it succeeds, zero if fails.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			Failure is only due to insufficient resources.
 */
clnp_newpkt(m, src, dst, seg)
struct mbuf 		*m;		/* new fragment */
struct iso_addr		*src;	/* src of new fragment */
struct iso_addr		*dst; 	/* dst of new fragment */
struct clnp_segment	*seg;	/* segment part of fragment header */
{
	register struct clnp_fragl		*cfh;
	register struct clnp_fixed		*clnp;
	struct mbuf 					*m0;
	
	clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);

	/* 
	 *	Allocate new clnp fragl structure to act as header of all fragments
	 *	for this datagram.
	 */
	MGET(m0, M_DONTWAIT, MT_FTABLE);
	if (m0 == NULL) {
		return (0);
	}
	cfh = mtod(m0, struct clnp_fragl *);

	/* 
	 *	Duplicate the header of this fragment, and save in cfh.
	 *	Free m0 and return if m_copy does not succeed.
	 */
	if ((cfh->cfl_orighdr = m_copy(m, 0, (int)clnp->cnf_hdr_len)) == NULL) {
		m_freem(m0);
		return (0);
	}
	
	/* Fill in rest of fragl structure */
	bcopy((caddr_t)src, (caddr_t)&cfh->cfl_src, sizeof(struct iso_addr));
	bcopy((caddr_t)dst, (caddr_t)&cfh->cfl_dst, sizeof(struct iso_addr));
	cfh->cfl_id = seg->cng_id;
	cfh->cfl_ttl = clnp->cnf_ttl;
	cfh->cfl_last = (seg->cng_tot_len - clnp->cnf_hdr_len) - 1;
	cfh->cfl_frags = NULL;
	cfh->cfl_next = NULL;

	/* Insert into list of packets */
	cfh->cfl_next = clnp_frags;
	clnp_frags = cfh;

	/* Insert this fragment into list headed by cfh */
	clnp_insert_frag(cfh, m, seg);
	return(1);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_insert_frag
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Insert fragment into list headed by 'cf'.
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			This is the 'guts' of the reassembly algorithm.
 *					Each fragment in this list contains a clnp_frag
 *					structure followed by the data of the fragment.
 *					The clnp_frag structure actually lies on top of
 *					part of the old clnp header.
 */
clnp_insert_frag(cfh, m, seg)
struct clnp_fragl	*cfh;	/* header of list of packet fragments */
struct mbuf 		*m;		/* new fragment */
struct clnp_segment	*seg;	/* segment part of fragment header */
{
	register struct clnp_fixed	*clnp;	/* clnp hdr of fragment */
	register struct clnp_frag	*cf;	/* generic fragment ptr */
	register struct clnp_frag 	*cf_sub = NULL;	/* frag subsequent to new one */
	register struct clnp_frag 	*cf_prev = NULL; /* frag previous to new one */
	u_short						first;	/* offset of first byte of initial pdu*/
	u_short						last;	/* offset of last byte of initial pdu */
	u_short						fraglen;/* length of fragment */
	
	clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
	first = seg->cng_off;
	CTOH(clnp->cnf_seglen_msb, clnp->cnf_seglen_lsb, fraglen);
	fraglen -= clnp->cnf_hdr_len;
	last = (first + fraglen) - 1;

	IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
		printf("clnp_insert_frag: New fragment: [%d ... %d], len %d\n",
			first, last, fraglen);
		printf("clnp_insert_frag: current fragments:\n");
		for (cf = cfh->cfl_frags; cf != NULL; cf = cf->cfr_next) {
			printf("\tcf x%x: [%d ... %d]\n", cf, cf->cfr_first, cf->cfr_last);
		}
	ENDDEBUG

	if (cfh->cfl_frags != NULL) {
		/*
		 *	Find fragment which begins after the new one
		 */
		for (cf = cfh->cfl_frags; cf != NULL; cf_prev = cf, cf = cf->cfr_next) {
			if (cf->cfr_first > first) {
				cf_sub = cf;
				break;
			}
		}

		IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
			printf("clnp_insert_frag: Previous frag is ");
			if (cf_prev == NULL)
				printf("NULL\n");
			else 
				printf("[%d ... %d]\n", cf_prev->cfr_first, cf_prev->cfr_last);
			printf("clnp_insert_frag: Subsequent frag is ");
			if (cf_sub == NULL)
				printf("NULL\n");
			else 
				printf("[%d ... %d]\n", cf_sub->cfr_first, cf_sub->cfr_last);
		ENDDEBUG

		/*
		 *	If there is a fragment before the new one, check if it
		 *	overlaps the new one. If so, then trim the end of the
		 *	previous one.
		 */
		if (cf_prev != NULL) {
			if (cf_prev->cfr_last > first) {
				u_short overlap = cf_prev->cfr_last - first;

				IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
					printf("clnp_insert_frag: previous overlaps by %d\n",
						overlap);
				ENDDEBUG

				if (overlap > fraglen) {
					/*
					 *	The new fragment is entirely contained in the
					 *	preceeding one. We can punt on the new frag
					 *	completely.
					 */
					m_freem(m);
					return;
				} else {
					/* Trim data off of end of previous fragment */
					/* inc overlap to prevent duplication of last byte */
					overlap++;
					m_adj(cf_prev->cfr_data, -(int)overlap);
					cf_prev->cfr_last -= overlap;
				}
			}
		}

		/*
		 *	For all fragments past the new one, check if any data on
		 *	the new one overlaps data on existing fragments. If so,
		 *	then trim the extra data off the end of the new one.
		 */
		for (cf = cf_sub; cf != NULL; cf = cf->cfr_next) {
			if (cf->cfr_first < last) {
				u_short overlap = last - cf->cfr_first;

				IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
					printf("clnp_insert_frag: subsequent overlaps by %d\n",
						overlap);
				ENDDEBUG

				if (overlap > fraglen) {
					/*
					 *	The new fragment is entirely contained in the
					 *	succeeding one. This should not happen, because
					 *	early on in this code we scanned for the fragment
					 *	which started after the new one!
					 */
					m_freem(m);
					printf("clnp_insert_frag: internal error!\n");
					return;
				} else {
					/* Trim data off of end of new fragment */
					/* inc overlap to prevent duplication of last byte */
					overlap++;
					m_adj(m, -(int)overlap);
					last -= overlap;
				}
			}
		}
	}

	/*
	 *	Insert the new fragment beween cf_prev and cf_sub
	 *
	 *	Note: the clnp hdr is still in the mbuf. 
	 *	If the data of the mbuf is not word aligned, shave off enough
	 *	so that it is. Then, cast the clnp_frag structure on top
	 *	of the clnp header. 
	 *	The clnp_hdr will not be used again (as we already have
	 *	saved a copy of it).
	 *
	 *	Save in cfr_bytes the number of bytes to shave off to get to
	 *	the data of the packet. This is used when we coalesce fragments;
	 *	the clnp_frag structure must be removed before joining mbufs.
	 */
	{
		int	pad;
		u_int	bytes;

		/* determine if header is not word aligned */
		pad = (int)clnp % 4;
		if (pad < 0)
			pad = -pad;

		/* bytes is number of bytes left in front of data */
		bytes = clnp->cnf_hdr_len - pad;

		IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
			printf("clnp_insert_frag: clnp x%x requires %d alignment\n",
				clnp, pad);
		ENDDEBUG

		/* make it word aligned if necessary */
		if (pad)
			m_adj(m, pad);

		cf = mtod(m, struct clnp_frag *);
		cf->cfr_bytes = bytes;

		IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
			printf("clnp_insert_frag: cf now x%x, cfr_bytes %d\n", cf,
				cf->cfr_bytes);
		ENDDEBUG
	}
	cf->cfr_first = first;
	cf->cfr_last = last;


	/*
	 *	The data is the mbuf itself, although we must remember that the
	 *	first few bytes are actually a clnp_frag structure
	 */
	cf->cfr_data = m;

	/* link into place */
	cf->cfr_next = cf_sub;
	if (cf_prev == NULL)
		cfh->cfl_frags = cf;
	else
		cf_prev->cfr_next = cf;
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_comp_pdu
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Scan the list of fragments headed by cfh. Merge
 *					any contigious fragments into one. If, after
 *					traversing all the fragments, it is determined that
 *					the packet is complete, then return a pointer to
 *					the packet (with header prepended). Otherwise,
 *					return NULL.
 *
 * RETURNS:			NULL, or a pointer to the assembled pdu in an mbuf chain.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	Will colapse contigious fragments into one.
 *
 * NOTES:			This code assumes that there are no overlaps of
 *					fragment pdus.
 */
struct mbuf *
clnp_comp_pdu(cfh)
struct clnp_fragl	*cfh;		/* fragment header */
{
	register struct clnp_frag	*cf = cfh->cfl_frags;

	while (cf->cfr_next != NULL) {
		register struct clnp_frag	*cf_next = cf->cfr_next;

		IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
			printf("clnp_comp_pdu: comparing: [%d ... %d] to [%d ... %d]\n",
				cf->cfr_first, cf->cfr_last, cf_next->cfr_first, 
				cf_next->cfr_last);
		ENDDEBUG

		if (cf->cfr_last == (cf_next->cfr_first - 1)) {
			/*
			 *	Merge fragment cf and cf_next
			 *
			 *	- update cf header
			 *	- trim clnp_frag structure off of cf_next
			 *	- append cf_next to cf
			 */
			struct clnp_frag	cf_next_hdr;
			struct clnp_frag	*next_frag;

			cf_next_hdr = *cf_next;
			next_frag = cf_next->cfr_next;

			IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
				struct mbuf *mdump;
				int l;
				printf("clnp_comp_pdu: merging fragments\n");
				printf("clnp_comp_pdu: 1st: [%d ... %d] (bytes %d)\n", 
					cf->cfr_first, cf->cfr_last, cf->cfr_bytes);
				mdump = cf->cfr_data;
				l = 0;
				while (mdump != NULL) {
					printf("\tmbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", mdump, mdump->m_len);
					l += mdump->m_len;
					mdump = mdump->m_next;
				}
				printf("\ttotal len: %d\n", l);
				printf("clnp_comp_pdu: 2nd: [%d ... %d] (bytes %d)\n", 
					cf_next->cfr_first, cf_next->cfr_last, cf_next->cfr_bytes);
				mdump = cf_next->cfr_data;
				l = 0;
				while (mdump != NULL) {
					printf("\tmbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", mdump, mdump->m_len);
					l += mdump->m_len;
					mdump = mdump->m_next;
				}
				printf("\ttotal len: %d\n", l);
			ENDDEBUG

			cf->cfr_last = cf_next->cfr_last;
			/*
			 *	After this m_adj, the cf_next ptr is useless because we
			 *	have adjusted the clnp_frag structure away...
			 */
			IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
				printf("clnp_comp_pdu: shaving off %d bytes\n", 
					cf_next_hdr.cfr_bytes);
			ENDDEBUG
			m_adj(cf_next_hdr.cfr_data, (int)cf_next_hdr.cfr_bytes);
			m_cat(cf->cfr_data, cf_next_hdr.cfr_data);
			cf->cfr_next = next_frag;
		} else {
			cf = cf->cfr_next;
		}
	}

	cf = cfh->cfl_frags;

	IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
		struct mbuf *mdump = cf->cfr_data;
		printf("clnp_comp_pdu: first frag now: [%d ... %d]\n", cf->cfr_first,
			cf->cfr_last);
		printf("clnp_comp_pdu: data for frag:\n");
		while (mdump != NULL) {
			printf("mbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", mdump, mdump->m_len);
/* 			dump_buf(mtod(mdump, caddr_t), mdump->m_len);*/
			mdump = mdump->m_next;
		}
	ENDDEBUG

	/* Check if datagram is complete */
	if ((cf->cfr_first == 0) && (cf->cfr_last == cfh->cfl_last)) {
		/*
		 *	We have a complete pdu!
		 *	- Remove the frag header from (only) remaining fragment
		 *		(which is not really a fragment anymore, as the datagram is
		 *		complete).
		 *	- Prepend a clnp header
		 */
		struct mbuf	*data = cf->cfr_data;
		struct mbuf	*hdr = cfh->cfl_orighdr;
		struct clnp_fragl *scan;

		IFDEBUG(D_REASS)
			printf("clnp_comp_pdu: complete pdu!\n");
		ENDDEBUG

		m_adj(data, (int)cf->cfr_bytes);
		m_cat(hdr, data);

		IFDEBUG(D_DUMPIN)
			struct mbuf *mdump = hdr;
			printf("clnp_comp_pdu: pdu is:\n");
			while (mdump != NULL) {
				printf("mbuf x%x, m_len %d\n", mdump, mdump->m_len);
/* 				dump_buf(mtod(mdump, caddr_t), mdump->m_len);*/
				mdump = mdump->m_next;
			}
		ENDDEBUG

		/*
		 *	Remove cfh from the list of fragmented pdus
		 */
		if (clnp_frags == cfh) {
			clnp_frags = cfh->cfl_next;
		} else {
			for (scan = clnp_frags; scan != NULL; scan = scan->cfl_next) {
				if (scan->cfl_next == cfh) {
					scan->cfl_next = cfh->cfl_next;
					break;
				}
			}
		}

		/* free cfh */
		m_freem(dtom(cfh));

		return(hdr);
	}

	return(NULL);
}
#ifdef	TROLL
static int troll_cnt;
#include "time.h"
/*
 * FUNCTION:		troll_random
 *
 * PURPOSE:			generate a pseudo-random number between 0 and 1
 *
 * RETURNS:			the random number
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			This is based on the clock.
 */
float troll_random()
{
	extern struct timeval time;
	long	t = time.tv_usec % 100;

	return((float)t / (float) 100);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		troll_output
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Do something sneaky with the datagram passed. Possible
 *					operations are:
 *						Duplicate the packet
 *						Drop the packet
 *						Trim some number of bytes from the packet
 *						Munge some byte in the packet
 *
 * RETURNS:			0, or unix error code
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			The operation of this procedure is regulated by the
 *					troll control structure (Troll).
 */
troll_output(ifp, m, dst, rt)
struct ifnet	*ifp;
struct mbuf		*m;
struct sockaddr	*dst;
struct rtentry *rt;
{
	int	err = 0;
	troll_cnt++;

	if (trollctl.tr_ops & TR_DUPPKT) {
		/*
		 *	Duplicate every Nth packet
		 *	TODO: random?
		 */
		float	f_freq = troll_cnt * trollctl.tr_dup_freq;
		int		i_freq = troll_cnt * trollctl.tr_dup_freq;
		if (i_freq == f_freq) {
			struct mbuf *dup = m_copy(m, 0, (int)M_COPYALL);
			if (dup != NULL)
				err = (*ifp->if_output)(ifp, dup, dst, rt);
		}
		if (!err)
			err = (*ifp->if_output)(ifp, m, dst, rt);
		return(err);
	} else if (trollctl.tr_ops & TR_DROPPKT) {
	} else if (trollctl.tr_ops & TR_CHANGE) {
		struct clnp_fixed *clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
		clnp->cnf_cksum_msb = 0;
		err = (*ifp->if_output)(ifp, m, dst, rt);
		return(err);
	} else {
		err = (*ifp->if_output)(ifp, m, dst, rt);
		return(err);
	}
}

#endif	TROLL